rob[ rob ]SEE DEFINITION OF rob
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROB
Would I rob Heaven and give the praise and honour to the creature?
But do you think I will rob my sister of her humble servant?
I—I can't have you rob this house, this particular house of all the world.
He went to Garson yesterday with a scheme to rob your house.
On enquiry, we learned these fellows had threatened to rob her shop.
Morella has cast me off, and I hate him, and wish to escape from him and rob him of his prize.
Constant efforts are made to get a man taken up, in order to rob him.
Mulready, in your father's pay, tries to have him arrested, the better to rob him.
Better still, if I could throw temptation in his way, and lure him on to rob me.
I cannot rob you of your maid and also be selfish enough to monopolize these rooms.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ROB
- break in
- descend on
- fall upon
- fire on
- knock off
- knock over
- lean against
- lean on
- march on
- sally forth
- tip over
- go over with a fine-tooth comb
- go through
- lay waste
- leave no stone unturned
- look all over for
- look high and low
- look into
- make off with
- shake down
- take away